What is LUSHBOROW?

In old English law.A base sort of money, coined beyond sea in the likeness of English coin, and introduced into England in the reign of Edward III. Pro- hibited by St. 25 Edw. III. c. 4. Spelman; Cowell. LUXURY 742 LYTYE

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